US$ shortage cripples Byo road works

Coltart told Southern Eye in an interview that council is struggling to procure road maintenance materials due to funding constraints.
By Peter Dube Jul. 12, 2024

Microfinance sector dumps local currency

According to national statistics, over 80% of transactions are now in foreign currency, with the dominant currency being the greenback, as the market has rejected the local currency.
By Melody Chikono Jun. 12, 2024

Nedbank MD urges investors to drive ESG

The conference was held under a partnership  between the Zimbabwe Independent, Zimbabwe Stock Exchange, and Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe.
By Melody Chikono and Blessed Ndlovu Jun. 9, 2024

Byo residents nab copper cable thieves

The power utility says it is losing millions in United States dollars annually to theft and vandalism of its infrastructure.
By Margaret Lubinda Jun. 9, 2024

When leaders don't practice what they preach

We are talking about a man who is about to end his second term and already he has introduced two local currencies, the RTGs, and now the ZiG.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Jun. 2, 2024

Candid Comment: NRZ must not send us on another wild goose chase

If NRZ bosses disagree they must explain why this important national asset has had a string of promising transactions that flop, but the pilgrimage has continued.
By Shame Makoshori May. 24, 2024

Metbank eyes more forex loans to drive profitability

A monetary gain and fair value adjustment were the main drivers of profit after tax.
By Blessed Ndlovu May. 1, 2024
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UZ bosses in allowance storm

Departmental chairpersons and faculty deans received US$1 000 and US$1 400 respectively, a source privy to the matter told NewsDay during the weekend.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 29, 2024

Why forex black market is thriving despite mass arrests

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mushayavanhu says the ZiG will gain more acceptance with time and this will reduce demand for US dollars.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Apr. 28, 2024